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Rainbow Ramble

An event in April in Lancashire
Bishop Rawstorne High School
Croston
Lancashire
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Why not kick start your New Year with a healthy resolution? Sign up today for our annual Rainbow Ramble event.

Enter online or download an entry form from our charity website.

Starting and finishing at Bishop Rawstorne High School, Croston, participants will take a scenic route through the villages of Parbold, Mawdesley, Wrightington, Heskin and Eccleston.

Choose from a more strenuous 18 mile walk or run or a shorter 10 mile route, which means you can walk or run a mile for each year the charity has been running!

Entry is £15 which includes a charity T-shirt. Minimum sponsorship is £50.

Telephone: 01704 823276
Contact name: Charlotte Hay

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